The Conversation, drawing upon his speech at the NTEU Future of the Sector ...
Campus Review featured an article on the NTEU's Insecure Work submission yesterday. The article is available here. In the article Dr John Buchanan from the Workplace Research Centre (WRC) based in ...
Yesterday the Howe Indpendent Inquiry into Insecure Work began as the first of twenty three locations around Australia. QLD Division Secretary, Margaret Lee, and two casual academics appeared before ...
An article on casual workers appeared yesterday in The West Australian featuring Murdoch Branch Casual member Brad Evans. You can read it here.
Jeannie Rea, NTEU President, is reported today in Campus Review discussing changes in the culture of Australian universities, and the role of university managerialism in stifling the creativity and ...
The first of two research training quality consultation papers, Defining Quality for Research Training in Australia, has just been published on the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science ...
Today’s launch by the ACTU of a national campaign to address the growing crisis of insecure work has been welcomed by the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU).
Whilst national ...
Media Release: Government Must Respond to Declining Attractiveness of the University Academic Career
Less than one-third of Australian academics believe that their workload is manageable, and close to one half of the academic workforce intend to retire, move overseas or just leave the sector over ...
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